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this is the w. news live from berlin a glimmer of hope for syria as the u.n. calls for a new cease fire a unanimous vote up to date spoke today it comes out to a week of government shelling that turned into what's been called help on fire and . a key u.n. official in this country finally saw the bloodshed. the cats encloses on the brilliant film festival and surprise appearance from a hollywood veteran actor bill murray picks up the best director award for his friend request and some of the big prize goes to remain in direct i do not continue
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to take home the golden bear for her controversial film touch me no more see what all the body is about. and in the bundesliga a battle for survival between lonely sad agreement and even no one home but books teams before she talks in this north end job be on botched a twenty point lead desperate attempt to avoid relegation neither team scores many goals so everyone could be a winner. i'm edith kimani welcome to the program the u.n. security council has voted to approve a resolution demanding a thirty day humanitarian ceasefire in syria russia agreed to back the deal at the last minute on condition that they have been knows the sophistication of when the truce woodstock's now the ceasefire is aimed at allowing desperately needed aid to
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reach civilians in eastern guta more than five hundred people have been killed in the rebel held area near damascus in the past week. the bombs have been raining down on eastern ghouta for an entire week as smoke and ash filled the sky over this rebel held district near damascus those on the ground continue to pull victims from the rubble they've been under siege here for years but casualties are now spiking sharply. the survivors are being treated in a makeshift hospital near damascus activists say this is the work of indiscriminate cluster and phosphorous bombs fired by the syrian regime children to bear witness to the carnage. in another missile landed but it was a small one thank god it was bigger the whole neighborhood would have been wiped out. amid the bombing world powers have hesitated for days on how to find
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common ground to stop the bloodshed. on saturday the un security council voted unanimously to approve a resolution demanding a thirty days cease fire to allow humanitarian aid to reach civilians in eastern guta the body overcame initial resistance from russia to adopt the resolution today russia has belatedly decided to join the international consensus and accept the need to call for a ceasefire but only after trying every possible way to avoid it with their reason why we discussed it is so low why the process was. so. extensive and they got to move so it was that we wanted to wake sure that it is meaningful as i said before because by decrees of the security council you could look you could not call a ceasefire ceasefire you know these borders. based taking process to go and we
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want to make sure that that is reflected with russia a staunch ally of syrian. tent assad has been providing military aid to the syrian government but while many will no doubt welcome the news of a potential cease fire syrians continue to suffer activists say minutes after the deal was struck government warplanes bombed eastern ghouta yet again. all from on this i'm now joined by u.n. regional humanitarian coordinator for the syria crisis. this thank you for joining us from kuwait so how does the security council obviously took a long time to approve this cease fire and yet activists say the government will planes was still bombing east and go to after the agreement so can we expect the syrian government to comply but it's really important is this security council resolution that translates into concrete action as a station of facilities in site. is also in other areas as well so really we hope
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that the government of syria of the parties come to an agreement to stop and still is right away this is vital to be able really to reach some decent decent peacefulness in it so this is in this area but also to allow us to bring in few minutes in assistance food medical supplies and. the security council unanimously also it's in members called it's favor so really we want to see an application very quickly now this still doesn't cover rebel groups so what is a u.n. doing to get aid to places like istanbul tell which have said need humanitarian assistance. so on our side we are really ready to be able to respond immediately to bring to you many times this as food medical supplies to take medical cases are to evacuate to ease with them but also to other locations to eclipse our three were also there being there was still is on the ground so it what
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is your street saying is this is this is just a mere ten kilometers away from eastwood up damascus is just very close on these woods or so the people of this water have really lived through an extraordinary situation out for days and days and. for health facilities have been attacked people say when somebody is injured now the they decide not to take them to health facility because they tend to help facility risk the lives of two more people who will drive them into the person so there is an extreme situation on the ground that needs to translate into. sation facilities and delivery of humanitarian assistance so that people who are there and find you panas russia may have finally approved this deal but they've also said that an immediate choice may not be possible so what is being done. so in media jews really need it is necessary it is desperately necessary i would say. we really would be talking
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with everybody or for that scenario government other countries it's important that the decision of the security council is applied now every day we have reports of dozens of their many many people injured children traumatized areas where there's a bee siege and have no water no electricity very little food health facilities have been destructed and the bigger picture in syria how the pollution is displaced there we're seeing at three in aid live but many locations where people are in desperate need how are the facilities how facilities in syria are not functioning many schools and all this areas are completely on hold so life cannot continue as it is we have to see an up location of the of this resolution throughout syria for really the greater good of the people of syria panel sponsor joining us from kuwait city thank you. and your.
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the curtain is set to come down on the twenty eight hundred billion dollar film festival after a glittering awards ceremony romanian director dean up in t.v. clinched the golden for touch me not a film that some critics loved but i was panned but there were no surprises as to who would say best director which went to wes anderson for i of dogs. the golden bear or for best. the golden bear for the miss. touch me not my idea. thanks thanks. how do you know when c.b.s. film follows the emotions of people who try to fulfill their desire for intimacy in unexpected ways the director invited the cast which includes nonprofessional actors onto the stage some were overwhelmed by the moment. where the heart of. this g.w.
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charlotte chosen pillow and bias waiter were on the red carpet. women won big at this year's ballon it was a female director who took home the golden bat not bad for have best feature film but it was a controversial pick kerry president said he knew that that would be the case but ultimately the jury wanted to pick an entry that showed not what film can do but what it can do in the future the second place silver pair went to the polish film ugh also a female director of film that explores the male identity. but. wasn't shy about her if she. saw him yeah i mean if you mean. yeah. i'm not one who won the silver bear for best actress for her performance in the era
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since as a lesbian who's partner has to go to prison for their deaths. she took. french newcomer i'm tony blair's all took best actor for his role in the prayer about a young man trying to kick his drug habit mark on the blog. canine center raising his revile of the dogs a futuristic animated film opened the ballin. bill murray accepted the silver bear for best director on wes anderson's behalf i knew or thought that i would go to work as a dog and come home with. the winter games the olympic athletes from russia won the gold medal in hockey but only in overtime against
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a surprise scored off the tunnel meant germany no russia scored for us but then germany stormed back and actually held a three two lead with just one minute remaining in regular time before russia scored to force the game into overtime germany then had a man sent off and the russians scored on the power play to steal victory the international olympic committee has voted to keep russia's olympic ban in place for the closing ceremony of the winter games meaning russian a won't be able to match under their own flag the decision as you're about to see was unanimous. decision. by the i.o.c. also decided the ban could be lifted within days if no more thieves test positive for banned substances in chunks russia has banned was banned because of state sponsored doping of the twenty four thousand sochi games i.o.c. president thomas bach said two positive russian drug tests in south korea had
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otherwise good behavior this is a point. of view for syria. the. serb. when to think of football now in one of the most fiercely contested games of the season the north and dobby between laghman and how bug was the big match on saturday now the two sides are having an awful campaign with relegation a very real possibility let's see if one of the teams could take home three valuable points. braman are still unbeaten at home underflow in cold felt while hamburg coach ben hall of a hasn't managed a single win since taking over but form goes out the window in a dobie both teams are in a relegation battle but for a long time the biggest bang came from the stands. after fifteen minutes brennan's yohannes and a star in register the first shot on target which like the game was rather tame.
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than the visitors got close to goal but bakaly yet lost his footing at the decisive moment. both teams struggled to get into the game with last ditch defending and wasteful finishing keeping the score nil nil. shortly before half time the fans provided a wake up call of their own fireworks were set off in the visit to stand in the game was briefly stopped for a second half also saw a few chances take a stand got close with a header in the eighty second minute. then four minutes later brain and finally broke the deadlock by having johansen not make him the keeper kris jenner much cheney as well braman celebrated hamburg play as protested demanding a video review and they had a case bellfield looked to be in an offside position as the ball was struck and put
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pressure on the hc fun drunk who put the ball into his own net but the end goal stood and won braman the dobie they rise to fourteenth in the table while hamburg failed to win for the eleventh game running. let's now take a look at all the bundesliga results so far on match day twenty four women be tumbled in the late encounter and hoffenheim drew with one one got the better of hanover got beat frankfurt a tome one nil and by i mean expect the points we've had to berlin in a scoreless match looking ahead to sunday leverkusen will not cause which shall cut and life's a take on can own on monday dot mind face outspoken and back on friday nights when winds drew with a full spoke. well that's your news rafa at this hour thank you for joining us on day w. right here in berlin do not go on to
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